Indium features new, high-reliability solder alloy SACM at Productronica
Press release [Friday 1 November 2013]
Indium Corporation will feature its new technology platform using the SACM Solder Alloy at Productronica November 12-15 in Munich, Germany. Indium Corporation will be exhibiting at stand A4-402.
SACM is a high-reliability solder alloy that increases the drop-shock performance in portable electronics by 800%, without compromising on thermal cycling. SACM is doped with manganese and contains less silver than other Pb-free alloys. The manganese provides increased strength, and the reduced silver content provides a more stable cost structure, especially beneficial for cost-sensitive applications.
The platform consists of Indium8.9 Series solder pastes using Indium Corporation's patent-pending SACM solder alloy technology for board-side interconnect, and SACM solder balls (spheres) for package-level interconnect.
Indium8.9HF halogen-free, Pb-free solder paste is one of the standard flux vehicles for SACM. Indium8.9HF provides excellent soldering performance under high temperature and long reflow processes. It offers unprecedented stencil print transfer efficiency to work in the broadest range of processes.
For more information about Indium Corporation's SACM solder paste, visit http://www.indium.com/SACM or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indium's SACM is a high-reliability solder alloy
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